When shipping to any country worldwide, it is important to use a company that has knowledge of the country. Texas International Freight knows Brazil and knows how to ship to Brazil. Being in Houston, we ship to destinations that have a lot of oil exploration going on. Brazil is a
Many confuse freight brokers and international freight forwarders. Texas International Freight is an international freight forwarding Texas-based company. We are licensed in international freight forwarding by the Federal Maritime Commission. We are not freight brokers. There is a difference between the two.
What is a Freight Broker?
A freight broker is an
Texas International Freight provides turn-key logistical services for every stage of industrial and commercial plant and factory moves. We handle dismantlement and relocation plans to heavy machinery moving, rigging, relocation, and re-installation. Our staff has the expertise, the contacts, and the leverage to ensure peace of mind for all high-value overseas and domestic capital equipment moves. Last,
If you are looking for a Texas oil and gas logistics company, look no further than Texas International Freight. We are a privately owned dynamically driven freight forwarder with a commitment to deliver the best logistics services in the world. We are based in Texas, but we can ship out of and into any port or
Officially, it’s called Cai Shui no.37 (Circular 37) “Tax Policy Regarding Nationwide Implementation of VAT Pilot Program on Transportation and Modern Services Sectors”. What it means is a new China VAT for transportation amounting to 6% on all freight and some services related to freight.
Starting 1 August 2013, China
Texas International Freight has an expansive network of contacts in the bulk vessel world. Besides offering break bulk ocean chartering, we offer bulk chartering of tankers for shipping bulk cargo of all kinds. Texas International Freight bulk’s operations can book vessels for crude oil, gasoline, LNG, iron and copper ores, biomass, steel products, and chemicals. Our focus is vessel chartering for shipping break cargo
If the situation in Egypt keeps deteriorating, ship lines will refuse to enter its ports. During events like “civil strife” and “acts of God,” steamship lines protect their crews and vessels by anchoring a few miles outside of the port. There they wait until the situation improves. If the situation does not improve, the vessels head to the nearest